Lighting

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As the snow starts to fall (again) I just lit a fire and am wishing that I had a few more candles to light.  Candles...

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Design collective Superblue first developed this fence feature for a Chelsea show garden but now, you can buy them (even in the US and Russia).  ...

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I love the stuff that Dedon brings to the market.  Damn, I just wish it weren't so expensive.  Take these two recent introductions.  Don't ask...

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"Oh, Oh, Oh!!! Blog this as fast as you can" --- that is generally the frantic thought that starts racing through my head when I...

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When we were leaving Venice to head for the lakes district on our Thanksgiving Italy trip, I asked my traveling companions what their favorite part...

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It was almost like we were asking for it with the trend to hang indoor chandeliers outside for garden photo-shoots.  Yes, they are so pretty,...

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These lanterns seem totally and completely impractical and plain dangerous, however, in light of their beauty I am wondering if it might be possible to...

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Damn, how annoyed am I that I am largely done with my holiday shopping?  Figures, I would stumble across a plethora of great ideas just...

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Do you ever have moments when you just can't think of a name for anything. Well about three weeks ago I had one of those...

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Landscape lighting is a category that I can simultaneously find completely boring and completely exciting.  Though a physicist by training, the thought of technically planning...

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groovy garden accessories via www.pithandvigor.com
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Over at A+R you can find some sweet containers and lights for accessorizing your modern garden.  I am all over this mid-century thing (again) today. ...

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Do you get the Fine Gardening Daily Photo emails?  I only recently discovered this gem of an email and have been enjoying Michelle's daily posts...

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I am eager to get home (on a red-eye flight tonight) and back to some projects and normal life. I have a patio project going...

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Not only did I discover these beautiful lanterns for your garden this morning, but also a flicker series on how one person created their own...

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This charming garden created by Dan Davis caught my eye because of it's stylish use of vintage finds and garden accessories.  I recently had my...

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You know the trend...vertical gardens, grass images, green everything....well grassland is getting in on it with a line of cool grass products.  The orbs can...

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"I can make that" -- I swear I say that way too much and subsequently have so many projects going at once that I can't...

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From dumpsters and car parks to an urban oasis, this first before and after was designed by James Alexander Sinclair.  It is such an extraordinary...

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Did you happen to notice these garden lights in the Fl!pp  garden earlier this week?  I did, and I wanted to share a bit more...

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I am very impress with this tiny garden.  The brief called transforming a tiny garden area around a vintage cottage into an outdoor entertaining space...

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Run. Run. Run for your life!....Giant architect lamps are attacking!! This image maybe a photoshop job, but the giant outdoor lamps are real.  Just like...

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